Memo explains year-end accounting procedures

It’s that time again—April 30 marks the end of the University’s fiscal year.

The finance department is preparing for the end of the 2012/13 fiscal year, and financial reporting manager Arla Peters says university employees are an essential part of the process.

“As always, your diligence will ensure timely and accurate financial reporting.” Peters says.


Payroll releases pre-holiday schedule

Due to the limited time available to process payrolls during the month of December, finance requests the co-operation of departments in adhering to the following schedule:

Student Payroll


Job postings from Human Resources

The following positions are available through Human Resources.

The following Non Union Administration positions are available to all applicants through Human Resources.

#2012-NU-10 ESL Instructor (Part-time, 24 hours or less) — Temporary/Contract, in the Centre for English Language Development, July 13 to August 27, 2012 (two positions)
The following posting closes Thursday, July 5, 2012.

Board approves student fees for 2012/13 school year

Increases to the University’s tuition fees follow the provincial framework and reflect government plans to support affordability and accessibility, the Board of Governors was told Tuesday before approving the recommendation of its Resource Allocation Committee for increases in domestic tuition of 4 to 8 per cent, depending on the program.

The fee structure will allow the administration to prepare a balanced budget for consideration by the board in May, says Mark Charlton, executive director of finance.

Lucky staffers celebrating United Way donation

Several UWindsor employees are extra-happy to have contributed to the campus campaign for United Way, after winning prizes in a draw reserved for donors.

Sport therapist David Stoute received one year’s free on-campus parking, and Ryan Kenney of finance as well as the Leddy Library’s Kirsti Stipanicic and Michael Houlahan each won an extra vacation day.

The 2011 campus effort raised $112,000 for the United Way.